PRLog (Press Release) – Feb. 23, 2013 – The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. issued an update on Friday regarding an informational series of articles covering the topic of Tampa BP Oil Spill Claims. The notice to Tampa residents provided a rundown of information that all Gulf Coast residents must understand regarding their rights for compensation from the April 2010 disaster.
Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. explained that the BP oil spill and its impact will affect the Gulf Coast region for an unknown number of years, or potentially even decades. In the period following the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig, it is estimated that nearly five million barrels of oil pumped into the Gulf of Mexico and this marked the worst oil spill in history
Individuals and businesses that file a Tampa BP oil spill claim can be compensated for a range of economic damages attributed directly to the oil spill, including but not limited to:
Loss of personal income of any/all employees, including employees who only receive cash compensation.
Lost business profits and diminished ongoing earning capacity.
Damage to personal property or business property.
Personal injury and ongoing health problems associated with the BP oil spill and cleanup process.
Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. explained that anyone who resided and/or worked along the affected area of the Gulf Coast during the BP oil spill should consider filing a Tampa BP oil spill claim. The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. can be reached by calling 813.254.2637, and is available for questions regarding BP oil spill claims.
The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. is located at 703 West Swann Avenue in Tampa. The law office offers Tampa residents assistance filing BP Oil Claims, title services, personal injury representation and representation in foreclosure cases. Tampa residents can find the office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. online by visiting https://www.fcmlaw.com.